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 Research interests within the TCC include
game and nongame species
and their associated ecosystems; 
wildlife-habitat relationships;
population and community dynamics;
disease transmission between
wildlife, livestock, and humans (zoonosis);

toxicology; migratory connectivity;
and population restoration and resilience.  
Particular attention is given to shorebirds and waterfowl, big game species, 
and exotic invasive plant control and management.

Dr. Warren Conway

Bricker Endowed Chair of Wildlife Management

and Department Chairperson

Dr. Warren Conway is a nationally-known wildlife ecology expert with trans-disciplinary approaches to teaching and research projects, working often in both lead and collaborating roles. He has a special interest in working directly with Davis College's clientele to build support for the university. Dr. Conway's research focuses on ecologically relevant and applied wildlife population, conservation, and management issues. 

Dr. Warren Conway carrying field gear including a ladder, Robel pole, and Daubenmire frame.
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Carnivore Research Collage containing photos of wolves, alligators, coyotes, skunks, foxes, raccoons and feral cats. 
 Redirects to carnivore research page.

Carnivore &
Mesocarnivore Research

Bighorn/Aoudad Research Collage.
Redirects to the BIghorn/Aoudad Research page.

Bighorn & Invasive Aoudad Research

Avian Research collage.
Includes a snowy plover, avocets, a mottled duck, and a black rail.


Pronghorn Research photo.
Redirects to Pronghorn Research webpage.


Cervid Research collage. Includes a white-tailed deer, a mule deer, an axis deer, and an elk.

Deer & Elk

some of our amazing collaborators


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Prospective Graduate Students

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Prospective Project Partners

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Thank you for everything you do!

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